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Sunday, September 13, 1908
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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Good going and returnijig on regular trains.
Train No. 10 on the night of the 17th will be
held at Safford until 5:00 p. m.
AND MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS
Round trip Rate
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VISITORS WILL HAVE CHANGE
TO MAKE TRIP IN REAL
Monster Flyor, 127 Feet Long, Will
Carry Passengers Over Fair Grounds
and City During Territorial Fair at
Phoenix Captive Balloon, Too.
Gila Valley, Globe & Northern Ry.
M. O. BICKNELL,
Gen'l Freight & Passenger Agent.
G. A. MAUK,
PHOENIX, September ll Contracts
have been closed by tho fair commis
sioners with Hoy Knabenshuo for daily
flights of his celebrated air ship during
tho week of the fourth annual fair at
Phoenix, November 0 to 14. This as
sures visitors an opportunity to view
nscents by ono of. the greatest aerial
navigators the world has over known.
Mr. Knabenshuo will use his new air
ship, which is 127 foot long. It requires
n carload of acid to generate the gas
for the immenso machine. This monster
nerial vehicle is capable of carrying a
number of passengers, and flights are
to be juade over the ground and city
during tho progress of the fair. Visitors
to tho fair will also bo given an oppor
tunity to inspect this big flying machine
nt close quarters in an exhibition tent,
where daily lectures will bo given by
A captive balloon will also be one of
tho attractions, in which visitors will bo
allowed to ascend and experience the
novel sensation of an ascent to tho
In offering these big attractions to
fair visitors, the commissioners feel
that they have secured for the public
tho greatest and most talked of inven
tion in the world today.
AT THE CHURCHES
Bank Exchange Restaurant
J. T. LOUIE, Proprietor
Now open in rear of Bank Exchange Saloon
Chinese Chop Suey and Noodles
Meals at All Hours
Open Day and Night
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salvo is recommended as the best thing
to use for piles. It is, of course, good
for anything where n salve is needed,
lien-are of imitations. Sold by Hanna's
Drug Store, 22S Broad street.
Hotel Melrose, 120-30 So. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, Cal.
Remodeled and renovated 1908. Most popular family and tourist hotel in
Los Angeles, and only one in tho city giving such a service at reasonable
rates. Capacity 250. Open all the year. Roferenco, Globe, Mrs. Harrington.
M. W. & J. D. CONNOR, Props.
HATPIN OR VIOLET HOLDER
H. J. WHITLEY CO. Jew.ler.
345 South Broadway
LosAotelef, ..... Calif.
Mall Orders Promptly Filled
DR. P. B. CALER
282 N. BROAD STREET
Over Palaco Pharmacy.
We, the undersigned firms, offer One
Hundred Dollars each reward for the
arrest and conviction of the party or
parties who robbed and shot Dca Lun
Gong on August 27, 1908. This reward
is not good unless conviction is secured
and the offer will expire October 0, 190S.
BOW OEE TONG CO., San Francisco.
BOW GEE TONG CO., Globe.
Ofllco open all daj- Sunday Dr.
Sehell, the optician, nt Dominion hotel.
When you hnvo a col& you may, be
sure that it has been caused indirectly
by constipation and consequently you
must first of all take something to
move tho bowels. That is what has
made Kcniicd3'g Laxative Cough Syrup
so successful and so generally demand
ed. It does not constipate like most of
the old-fashioned cough cures, but on
the other hand it gently moves the bow
els and nt tho same time heals irritation
and allays inflammation of tho throat.
Sold by Hanna's Drug Store, 228 Broad
Sacred Heart church, XII Sunday af
First mass nt 7 a. m. Gospel reading
in English, sermon in Spanish.
Second mass at 9 a. in. Gospel read
ing in Spanish, sermon in English.
Subject from St. Mathew, "How to
Love Our Enemies."
Evening devotion at 7:110 p. m.
On week days mass at 7:30 a. m.
Evcrvono always cordially invited.
.1. 0. IURRETTE, Pastor.
The First Baptist Church
Hill and Oak streets. I). C. Williams,
minister. Residence, 320 South Broad
10 a. in. Bible school.
11 a. m. Tho pastor will deliver the
first of a series of expository sermons
on the letters to the Romans. ,
0:45 p. m. Young people's meeting
7:30 p. m. The pastor will speak on
"The Baptist Young People's Move
ment." This service will be especially
for young people, to whom a cordial in
vitation is extended.
7:30 p. m. Wednesday Regular pray,
2:30 p. in. Thursday The Ladies Aid
societv will mot at tho church.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend these services.
Second Baptist Church
Evangelist services will begin ,to-
night; conducted by R. B. Searcy of
Oklahoma City, W. H. Wade, pastor.
lii) Hot Talking Politics
but I declare and prove every day that I am giving the people
of Globe the
Greatest Grocery Values
they have ever received. Talk is cheap, I know, but I back my
talk with arguments that are convincing and lasting. Let any store
match these prices. It means money to you to trade at this store.
Mnulatcd sugar, $7.10 per sack, 13 lbs 51.00
Pink beans, 18 pounds $1.00
agio Brand milk, per can 20c
'ndenscd milk, all brands, 20-oz cans, 8 for . . . .$1.00
s f harles milk, 16oz cans, 10 cans $1.00
Chuckles coffee, 5 lbs $1.00
lt Mocha and Java, per lb 30c
lulling, Folgers and Iris teas, all flavors, per
J-akage 25c and GOc
Old Country tea, per pound 60c
Cottolcno, medium size 00s, large size S1.50
Jams and preserves, per jar 25c
Hams, per pound 17c
Bacon, per pound 18c
Lemons, per dozen .. . I , 25c
Glycerine Pummo soap, 20 bars $1.00
Fairbanks Whito Star soap, 20 bars , $1.00
Best lard, 3 lbs. 45c; 5 lbs 70c; 10 lbs $1.40
P. D. flour, per cwt .. $4.00
D. M. flour, per cwt 34.25
St. John's Episcopal Church
Services will be held in St. John's
church on Sunday a follows:
Morning prayer and sermon by the
rector at 11 o'clock.
Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30.
Sunday school nt 10 n. m.
All are very cordially invited to at
tend these services. Strangers and vis
iters always welcome.
Christian Science Service..
Christian Science services will be held
at the residence of Mrs. R. J. Finn, 614
South Third street, Sunday evening at
7:30, All interested aro welcome.
Saturday and Sunday, last days, Dr.
Sehell, the optician nt Dominion hotel.
Eyes examined free.
" oou. Cut stovo lnnfth .4l? nnr stnvo wood eord. or Ihn biffost. linnn.li of wnnil rvir nnrplmnnrl in ninlw. fnr r;
You will also find substantial reductions in Shoes, Men's Gloves, Notions, Crock
ery, Men's Furnishings, Jewelry and Silverware
WM. MILL WILLIAMS & Phone 121'
DeWitt's Little Early Risers
small pills, easy to take, gentle and sure.
Sold by Hanna's Drug Store, 228 Broad
"Readln' and writin' and 'rithmatics
GLOBE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
Tho location of tho principal place of
business shall bo in tho city of Globe,
Gila County, Arizona.
That tho purposes and objects for
which said corporation is formed are to
promote and crtcourago all kinds of field
and athletic sports; to promote and on
courngo the sport, pleasure, exercise and
recreation of the public; to promote and
encourage baseball, racing, trotting,
shooting contests and any and all other
games and nmusemonts; to hold, pur
chaso and acquire, buy and sell, lease,
mortgago and hypothecate, real and per
sonal proporty; to erect buildings or
other structures necessary and- proper
for tho carrying out of the purposes
before mentioned; to borrow and loan
monoy and to do any and all other
things whatsoever which may be requi
site, necessary and proper in and about
the carrying out of the purposes and
objects for which this corporation is
Tho amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall bo Fivo Thousand
($3,000.00) Dollars, divided into Five
Hundred (500) shares of the par value
of ten ($10.00) dollars each, and said
shares shall be iss.ued to the purchasers
thereof when the same shall have been
fully paid for in cash, and said stock
when so "issued shall thereafter bo non
ARTICLE IV. '
The corporato existence of this cor
poration shall commence on tho day of
tho filing of these Articles of Incorpor
ation in tho ofiice of the County Rec
order of Gila County, Arizona, and a
certified copy thereof with the Auditor
of this Territory, and shall continue
for a poriod of twenty-five (25) years
thereafter, but its. charter rights may
rbo renewed, before this charter expires,
from time to time.
The business of this corporation shall
be conducted by a Board of Directors
consisting of not less than eleven (11),
who shall be stockholders of this cor
poration, to bo elected annually at the
annual meetings of the stockholders.
The first annual meeting of the stock
holders of this corporation shall be on
tho first Tuesday in September, 1909,
and annually thereafter; said meetings
shall be held in the City of Globe, Gila
County, Arizona. Thd directors and
ofliccrs named in this charter shall hold
their ofliccs until the first Tuesday in
September, 1909, or until their succes
sors are duly elected and qualified. The
following persons shall be tho directors
of this corporation until the first an
uual meeting of the stockholders there
of: Patrick Rose", Charles L. Ran tins,
H. T. Rupkey, Joseph Mayer, Anton
Trojanovich, P. C. Anderson, W, L.
Spates, M. E. McCarthy. The officers' of
this corporation shall be a President,
Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.
All of said officers shall be elected from
the Board of Directors annually, and
the following persons shall hold their
offices, respectively, until the first Tues
day -in September, 1909: President,
Charles L. Rawlins; Vice President, P.
('. Anderson; Secretary, H. T. Riqikey;
Treasurer, George Mauk. The incor
porators herein- named, who aro stock
holders of this corporation, shall meet
as soon as possible and adopt By-Laws
for this corporation.
The highest amount of indebtedness,
direct or contingent, to which this cor
poration shall at any time be subject,
shall in no case exceed two-thirds of
the amount of its capital stock.
The private property of the stock
holders of this corporation shall be ex
empt from all liabilities for corporate
debts of anv kind.
IX WITNESS WHEREOF, we, and
each of us, have hereunto set our bauds,
this 9th day of September, 190S.
charles l. rawlins '
ii. t. rupkey
p. c. anderson
w. l. spates
m. e. McCarthy.
of the par value of $10.00 each, and
tho timo when, and tho condition
upon which said capital stock is to
bo paid in shall bo regulated and
provided for by the Board of Di
rectors." IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused these
presents to bo attested this 5th day of
WILLIAM G. RICE,
I hereby certify that tho foregoing
sets forth a true and correct copy of
Article 4 of tho Articles of Incorpora
tion of the Superior & Boston Copper
Company as amended at a meeting of
tho stockholders of the said Company
held at tho office of said company,
at Globe, Arizona, on tho 5th day of
September, 1908, and I further certify
that W. G. Rice, whose name is sub
scribed to the foregoing, is the duly
qualified and acting president of the
said Superior & Boston Copper Com
pany. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
Official seal of the Company this 5th
day of September, 1908.
JOHN R. PIMLOTT,
Secretary of the Superior & Boston Cop
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
County of Houghton. ss.
Before me, John S. Penrose, a Notary
Public in and for the County of Hough
ton, State of Michigan, on this day per
sonally appeared William G. Rice,
known to mo to be the person whose
name is subscribed to the foregoing in
strument as President of the Superior
& Boston Copper Company, and who
acknowledged to me that he executed
the same for the purpose and consider
ation therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of of
fico this 5th day of September, 1903.
JOHN S. PENROSE,
(Notarial Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires Januarv 27,
First publication September 10, 1908.
September, A. D., J908.
Approved: ALFRED KINNEY,
Attest: JAS. II. WELCH, Clerk.
1st reading, August 20, 1908.
2nd reading, August 27, 1908.
3rd reading, August 27, 1908.
Adopted, September 3, 1908.
First publication September 9, 1908.
NOTICE TO LAND CLAIMANTS IN
EAST GLOBE TOWNSITE, GDLA
The survoy and map of East Globe
Townsite having been duly submitted
to and approved by the Board of Super
visors of Gila County, Arizona Terri
tory, and recorded in the office of the
County Recorder as required by law;
Notice is hereby given of the com
petition of tho entry of the land em
braced within said townsite and every
claimant of any lot or lots therein in
order to obtain title thereto is required
to file a statement of claim to said lot
or lots in the office of the Probate Judge
on or before the 14th day of October,
Witness my hand this 15th dny of
July, 1908. P. C. ROBERTSON,
Probate Judge and Trustee for East
First publication July 16, 1908.
CITY OF OLOBE
Ordinance Number Fifty-four
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE
USE OF AUTOMOBILES UPON
THE STREETS OF THE CITY OF
ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION
GLOBE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS: That we, the undorsigned, havo this
day voluntarily associated ourselves to
gether for the purpose of forming a cor
poration under the laws of tho Terri
tory of Arizona, and for that purposo
do hereby adopt the following Articles
Tho names of the incorporators are:
Patrick Rose, Charles L. Rawlins, n. T.
Rupkey, Joseph Mayer, Anton Trojano
vich, P. C. Anderson, W. L.' Spates, M.
E. McCarthy, all residents of Gila Coun
ty, Arizona, Territory 'of Arizona. Tho
name of this corporation is and shall be:
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
Before inc, Cullen A. Little, a Notary
Public in and for the County of Gila,
Territory of Arizona, on this day per
sonally appeared Patrick Rose, Chnrlcs
L. Rawlins, II. T. Rupkey, Joseph May
er, Antort Trojanovich, P. C. Anderson,
W. L. Spates, M. E. McCarthy, known to
mo to bo the persons whose names are
subscribed to tho foregoing Articles of
Incorporation, and acknowledged to me
that they executed the same for the
purpose and consideration therein ex
pressed. Given under my hand and seal of of
fice, this 9th day of September, A. D.
1908. CULLEN A. LITTLE,
(Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires February 11,
First publication September 13, 1908.
AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 4 OP
THE ARTICLES OF INCORPORA
TION OF THE SUPERIOR & BOS
TON COPPER COMPANY.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS, That at a duly called
mooting of the stockholders of 'the Su
perior & Boston Copper Company held
at-tho office of said Company at Globe,
Aiizona, September 5, 1908, Article jl
of tho Articles of Incorporation of tho
said Company was by the affirmative
vote of tho majority of tho stock of
said Company, amended to read as' fol
lows: "ARTICLE IV.
" "The amount of tho capital stock i
'of this corporation shall be $2,-000,-000.00,
divided into, 200,000 shares
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Com
mon Council of the City of Globe:
That flvcry automobile owned, possess
ed, or wincli may be intended to be used
within the corporate limits of the City
of Globe for a period longer than ten
(10) days, shall be registered by the
owner or person entitled to the posses
sion thereof, with the City Clerk of the
City oC Globe, such registration to con
sist of the giving of a description of
such automobile, including its make,
style, and horse jiower, and the Clerk
shall enter such description in a book
to be kept by him for that purpose, and
shall thereupon issue to the owner, or
person in possession of such automobile,
a certificate of such registration, which
certificate of registration shall desig
nate and give the number for said auto
mobile, which shall be the registered
number of such automobile in the City
of Globe, and such owner, or person en
titled to the possession of such auto
mobile, shall thereupon pay to the City
Clerk, for such certificate" of registra
tion, the sum of One Dollar, which sum
shall be paid into the treasury of the
City of Globe.
Upon the registration of any automo
bile, it shall thereupon become and be
the duty of the owner, or person entitled
to the possession thereof, forthwith to
procure and supply, at his own expense,
a number for said automobile, corres
ponding to the registered nnmber there
of, nccording to the certificate of reg
istration issued to him by tho City
Clerk in accordance with the provisions
of Section I, which number shall bo in
black figures upon a white ground, and
shall be securely attached to the rear
axle of said automobile in such manner
as to be conspicuously visible at any
and all times, such figures to be at
least four inches in height.
No automobile shall bo driven or pro-
polled upon any of the streets of the
City of Globe at a greater rate of speed
than that provided and fixed bj this
Ordinance, that is to say: Upon that
portion of Broad Street between the
Dominion Hotel and Banker's Garden,
the rato of speed shall be not to exceed
ten miles per hour; and on all other
streets, aveuups, roads, alleys, and other
public ways in said City, tlio rate of
speed of such automobiles shall not ex
ceed ten miles pet hour.
. SECTION IV.
Any person owning possessing, or op
erating an automobile in tho City of
Globe for a space exceeding ten days,
and not complying with the provisions
of this ordinnnce with reference to the
registration nnd numbering of such au
tomobile, or at any timo failing to have
his registered number conspicuously
placed as required by this Ordinance,
and any person at any time operating
an automobile upon any of tho streets
of the City of Globe at a rate of speed
greater than that hereby fixed and lim
ited, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction may be punished
by a fine not exceeding $50.00, or im
prisonment for a period not exceeding
twenty days, or by both such fino and
imprisonment in the discretion of the
This Ordinanco shall take effect upon
its passago and adoption.
Passed and adopted, tho 3rd day of
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR U.
S. PATENT. Survey No. 2500. Min
eral Application No. 05C.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
Phoenix, Arizona, July C, 1908.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Miami Copper Company, a Delaware
corporation qualified to do business m
Gila County, Arizona, by its Attorney
in Fact, Fred J. Elliott of Globe, Ari
zona, has made application for a patent
for tho RED SPRING lode, survey No.
250G, situated in the Globo Mining Dis
trict, in Gila County, Arizona, in Sec
tions 19 and 30, Township 1 N., Range
13 E. G. & S. R. B. & M. and approx
imately Sections 24 and 25, Township
1 N., Range 14 E. (unsurveyed) G. &
S. R. B. & M., described as follows:
Beginning at Coi. NoT 1, whence the
S. W. corner of Sec. 19, and the N. W.
corner of Sec. 30, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E.,
G. & S. R. B. & M., bears N. 54 dcg. 49
min, W. 153.(5 ft.J
Thence N. 80 deg. 2G min. W. 613.6
ft. to Corner No. 2;
Thence N. 26 deg. 49 min. E. 1422.6
ft. to Cor. No. 3;
Thcnco S. 80 deg. 26 min. E. 600 ft.
to Cor. -No. 4;
Thence S. 20 deg. 20 min. W. 1419 ft.
to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning,
and containing 18.913 acres exclusive of
conflict with Agent lode unsurveyed,
Adjoining claims are: Yankee Jum
per, unsurveyed, lode claim, and Miami
lode, unsurveyed, on the North; Miami
lode, unsurveyed, and Inglis lode, un
surveyed, cm the East; St. John's Frac
tion lode, unsurveyed, and Agent" lode7
unsurveyed, on the South, and Climax
lode, unsurveyed, on tho West.
The Location Notico of the Red
Spring lode is recorded in Book 9, Rec
ords of Mines, Gila County, page 80,
and amended in Book 15. at pages 43
and 159 in aforesaid records. LYMAN
W. WAKEFIELD, Register.
First publication July 14r 1908.
MINING APPLICATION No. 376.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, June 26, 1908. Notico is here
by given that the Warrior Copper Co.,
a corporation, by its attorney in fact,
E. M. White, of Black Warrior, Ari
zona, has made application for a pat
ent for the Warrior, Flemming, Skull
and Ford lodes, Sur. No. 2300, Globe
Mining District, Gila County, Territory
of Arizona, in Sec. 18 and 19, Tp. 1 N.,
R. 13 E., G. & S. R. B. & M., described
WARRIOR LODE: Beginning at Cor.
No. 1, whence tho N. Cor. Sec. 19,
Tp. 1 N. R. 15 E. U. & s. . a. a ,ii.
brs. N. 5 dcg. 4 mm. u. n.v . iuem-e
N. 15 deg. 37 min. E. 1500 ft. to Cor.
No. 2; thence S. 63 deg. 26 min. E.
607.2 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 15
dcg. 37 min. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No.
4; thence N. 65 dog. 26 min. W. 607.2
ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of begin
FLEMMING LODE: Beginning at
Cor. No. 1, whence the N. Cor. Sec.
19, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E. G. & S. R. B. &
M.. brs. N. 0. deg. 9 min. W. 74.73 ft.:
thence S. 24 deg. 39 min. W. 1500 ft.
to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 65 deg. 26 min.
W. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 3: thenco N. 24
dcg. 39 min. E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4f
thcnco S. 65 deg. 26 min. E. 600 ft. U
Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
SKULL LODE: Beginning at Cor
No. 1, whence tho N. V Cor. Sec. 19,
Tp. 1 N. B. 15 E. G. & S. R. B. & M
brs. N. 0. deg. 9 min. W. 74.73 ft
Thence S. 65 dcg. 20 mm. E. 600 ft. U
Cor. No. 2. Thenco S. 24 deg. 39 "min
W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thcnco N
05 dcg. 26 min. W. 600 ft. to Cor. No
4; thence N. 24 deg. 39 min. E, 130i
ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of bejnn
FORD LODE: Beginning at Cor. No.
1, whence the N. Vt Cor. Sec. 19 Tp. 1
N. B. 15 E. G. & S. B. B. & M. brs. N.
59 dcg. 18 min. W. 634.9 ft. ThencelS.
40 dcg. 11 min. E. 568.3 ft. to Cor. No.
2; thenco S: 24 dcg. 20 min. W. 1263.9
ft. to Cor. No. 3; thenco N. 46 deg.11
min. W. 575.7" ft. to Cor. No. 4; thenco
N. 24 dcg. 39 min. E. 1261.5 ft. to Cor.
No. l,,tho place of beginning.
Adjoining claims are, unsurveyed
claims on tho north and west;
November, September, Susetta and
Wednesday lodes on the east, and Tues
day lodo on the south. The location no
tices aro recorded as .follows: Flem
ming, book 15, page 155; Ford, book 15,
page 142; Skull, book 15, pago J54;
and the Warrior, book 12, pago 415,
Record of Mines, Gila County, Terri
tory of Arizona. ,'s
LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD, Kegistcr.
First publication June 30, 1908.
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